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Discussion in 'General Discussion & Questions' started by MadamMack, Mar 5, 2014.
If he was 30 years younger, he could play Roland.
@EMARX I wanna see him do the cheese steak shuffle with the lizard from Gieco, I call him Gliz.
What do you mean? Fat Bast*rd is DEAD SEXY!!!!!!!!!!!
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I am pretty sure Mr. King had him in his mind's eye as he wrote about the character Roland.
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yeah...at The Library, one can find stuff about what inspired some of the stories King wrote. The one about Cell is a hoot. Check it out. Makes you wonder, or it does me, about all those strange guys, like this Ray-guy down in Florida...be walking down the street engaged in argument...or like this paper-person who delivers our paper. I'm sitting in the living room, right, and I hear this noise, get up off the couch to peek out the window, paper-person--not sure if the person is male/female what with winter and we're all bundled up--but the person is either listening to some funky noise on ear-plugs or is venting about their school-day...happened more than once now. Fairly animated, non-stop, lot of hand motion. And there's an angry tone to it. Rap? You notice paper-people are showing up more in commercials? Like cows. Used to be all about cows...unemployed cows...attractive cows checking out what's on the other side of the fence...now it's paper-people...or wait now. Maybe I'm thinking lawn-care. Lawn-care person following the couple in the car? Looking for their two dollars. What time does Revival arrive?
Revival will be released on November 11.
When my oldest was about 4, he came home from Grandmas raving about the GREAT movie he'd watched with his uncle--it had this character called Fat Bastard... he proceeded to babble on (while I composed a CHOICE lecture to my brother about appropriate viewing for 4 YOs), and when he was finished I told him, "That sounds funny, Josh, but you really shouldn't say that word. It's not nice." Son thought about it for a minute and answered, "Sorry, Mom. I meant CHUBBY Bastard."
ummm...seems like the place for it...about this announcement about a story available to the French & Germans? Something like "Mean Little Kid"? Probably have that wrong...something about a kid anyway. Heh! Thank you...needed a laugh...we've got this heavy gray sky weighing down on us. Out of the mouths of babes.
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Neesy's comment made me think of it After all, he'd never heard the actual 'bad' word before, and he'd been told that calling people 'fat' wasn't nice...
Reminds me, too, of the first time I heard that word. Was in the garden with the old man and this drunk stopped...a drunk we knew. Later on, I asked Ma what a bastard was and she of course asked where I heard that. I can't remember if I told her. The baggage we carry when we're young, hey? The drunk coupled the word with chicken-livered...a real Virtsa, that man.
Virtsa? Is this Lapland-speak? Or Lapp? (I think I have the gist of what it means Walter Oobleck!
Finn-glish. My own...although the word does mean...urine. Ihmetella.
Thank ye fer translating Sai O.
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